Command Comfort Blog : Archive for October, 2015

Why You Don’t Need a Zone Control System with Ductless Cooling

Monday, October 26th, 2015

One of the bigger challenges with using a ducted cooling system is finding a temperature that everyone can live with. Notice that we didn’t say “comfortably” – we avoided this word for a reason. That reason is that in a home with several people, it is next to impossible to find a single thermostat setting on a single thermostat that will make everyone happy. Instead, you shoot for the best, which is the one everyone can live with. To alleviate this kind of challenge, many homeowners with ducted cooling systems opt for a zone control system. But one of the great benefits of owning and using a ductless cooling system is that you don’t ever have to worry about needing zone control because you already have it.

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What Happens During a Ductless System Maintenance Appointment?

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Fall is a great time of year to schedule one of your bi-annual ductless system maintenance appointments. Even though our temperatures are still warm, they aren’t so oppressive that being without air conditioning for an hour for maintenance is an inconvenience. Couple this with our cool evening temperatures, and you have the perfect time of year to schedule bi-annual maintenance for your ductless system.

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Benefits of a Ductless System

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Homeowners in Newport Beach need whole home cooling for a good portion of the year. While many homes attain whole home cooling via ducted air conditioning systems, you can have whole home cooling – and even heating – with a ductless system. But this is just one benefit you can gain from a ductless system, as we’ll explain more about below.

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Why Does the Cool Air from My Heat Pump Smell Like Dirty Socks?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

You have a whole home cooling system to keep your home in Long Beach comfortable during our hot days. But have you noticed a pervasive smell coming from your ductwork that smells unmistakably like dirty sweat socks? You are not imagining this (which may not be news you want to hear), your heat pump is suffering from a problem known as Dirty Sock Syndrome.

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